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Inspect-All Pest Services Named to Bulldog 100

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The Conyers, Ga.-based company was named to the University of Georgia's list of "fastest growing Bulldog businesses."

| February 15, 2013

Brian Lunsford, left, and Brandon Lunsford, of Inspect-All Services.

 

ATHENS, GA - Inspect-All Services, based in Conyers, Ga, was honored in January, when the UGA Alumni Association announced the rankings of the 2013 Bulldog 100: Fastest Growing Bulldog Businesses at a celebration in Atlanta.
 
Inspect-All Services, co-owned by UGA graduates and brothers, Brian Lunsford and Brandon Lunsford, ranks as this year’s 45th fastest growing Bulldog business. The company specializes in home inspections and pest solutions. 
 
“We are truly humbled that our company earned a spot on this prestigious list for the third consecutive year,” the Lunsford brothers said in a joint statement. “This is an honor that we don’t take for granted and hope it continues to be an annual tradition for our growing business.”
 
The Atlanta CPA firm, Warren Averett + GH&I, has annually partnered with the UGA Alumni Association since the inception of the program four years ago to verify the information that was submitted by each nominated company. Warren Averett + GH&I then ranked the companies based on compounded annual growth rate. More than 700 nominations were collected between January and September 2012. The program recognizes the fastest-growing businesses by focusing on a three-year growth rate average.
 
UGA alumni and friends celebrated the 2013 Bulldog 100 honorees at a banquet at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Atlanta on January 26, 2013. The evening began with a reception, followed by dinner and the awards ceremony. Keynote speaker, A.D. “Pete” Correll, chairman of Atlanta Equity Investors and chairman emeritus of Georgia-Pacific Corporation, offered entertaining examples of how his entire experience at the University, both in and out of the classroom, prepared him for the challenges of leading a global company into the 21st Century. Then members of the Student Alumni Council led attendees through the highlight of the evening—the release of the final rankings and countdown of the 2013 Bulldog 100.
 
 

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